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Learning SharePoint at USPJA. Part 3: Our Philosophy

I was going through the USPJA web pages and noticed that we hadn’t really focused enough on what our ideas are. As such, I wrote a new page containing an overview of our ideas, and thought it would make sense to post those ideas here as well. As I have mentioned previously in this series, […]

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Learning SharePoint at USPJA. Part 2: USPJA Versus Traditional SharePoint Training

Today, I was talking to one author in the USPJA system, explaining why our teaching methods are different than what you’d find in traditional learning formats. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that class room training is better or worse than what we do, but we do have different approaches to building knowledge. First […]

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Brilliant SharePoint Administrator Wanted: USPJA Faculty Substitute

Please help me spread the word. Laura Docherty is a USPJA Faculty member and highly pregnant, due to give birth in just a month or so. As such, she’s taken a maternity leave from her faculty duties at the academy, and I need to find her temporary replacement. Here’s the ad: Wanted: USPJA Administrator Faculty […]

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